Learn where you live
Delivered through your local TAFE, a Federation University Australia degree allows you to go further with your study without having to move away from home.
Put simply, a FedUni degree offers you the freedom and flexibility to learn where you live!
A degree is closer than you think
We currently offer a variety of degrees at a number of regional Victorian TAFEs, with a study experience designed to help you succeed.
To fit into your lifestyle, face-to-face classes are supported by extensive online content and resources, and you have the option of studying full or part-time. So whether you're fresh out of high school or want to take your knowledge further, a FedUni degree is now closer than you think.
For further enquiries please contact your regional TAFE directly:
Course on offer
Want to take your career further?
Through the Bachelor of Applied Management you'll learn the strategic skills essential for developing and growing an organisation, and the necessary practical planning, marketing, finance, project management and people skills to manage the complexities of a modern business.
Find out more
Want to know more?
Speak with Student Support at GOTAFE directly!
t: 1300 468 233
How are you going to juggle work, family and study?
Watch these short videos to find out what our students say - and also hear from staff about what to expect when you study with us.
Students share their tips to balance work, life and study (1:09 mins)
Support is a crucial part of success
Juggling work-life pressures can be stressful, particularly at peak times when assignments are due, or exams are looming. The good news is, we've been helping students for a long time, and we understand most of the challenges you'll face, so we can help you with practical advice, tips and resources.
When you start your studies you'll be given a list of resources, but if you're ever confused make contact with your TAFE's student support services:
The Library - it's more than just books
One of the main challenges students face is written assignments.
Assignments can be daunting, particularly if you haven't studied for a long time - or if study is a whole new gig. You'll find the library staff are a huge help, so make sure you get in contact with them - start local and catch up with your TAFE library team, or connect with the FedUni Library - you can email, check out FAQs at libanswers.federation.edu.au or chat via federation.edu.au/library call 1300 552 567.
FedUni's comprehensive student resources
The best place to start if you're after FedUni's student resources is our Study Skills website
Access a wealth of library resources
Your FedUni account and library card credentials open up a wealth of resources that Google can't reach, including books, ebooks and online academic journal articles.
Learn more about services for you on the FedUni Partner Student Library Services Guide.
Research and writing skills
Tame your assessment topic
Analysing the topic is key to improving your assessment task results. Do this to focus your research and ensure you answer the question.
Get help with topic analysis at FedUni Study Skills Online.
Ramp up your search skills
Add a few strategies to your information search tool kit to see a big impact on the relevance of your results and the time you spend hunting for information.
Start by brushing up on a few powerful search techniques to combine your keywords like a pro.
Need to brush up on your APA skills?
Start with this short tutorial on referencing journal articles.
Sharpen your quoting and paraphrasing skills
You can find great references, but how to use them effectively?
Watch the Quoting techniques and How to paraphrase videos for tips to help you skilfully weave citations through your writing.
Is it scholarly? Finding peer-reviewed articles
Searching for scholarly or "peer reviewed" journal articles adds a level of quality control to your research.
What is a peer reviewed journal? Find out here.
Need to quickly narrow your Quicksearch results to peer reviewed journals? Learn how here.
Still stumped? Contact us
Joanne Menzies, Information Librarian, DSP Project
t: +61 3 5327 6318
Clare Duffy, DSP Online Resources Librarian
t: 5327 9276